Actress Kirsten Dunst and director Sofia Coppola, who last worked together in “Marie Antoinette”, will reportedly reunite for a new film.
It has been reported there is a talk between the duo for a movie in 2016. If the movie is happening, it will mark their third collaboration after “The Virgin Suicides” (1999) and “Marie Antoinette” (2006).
There is another speculation that the aformentioned project is “Fairyland: A Memoir of My Father”. Back in 2013, Coppola was tapped to write the script, but the movie did not seem to move forward.
It is an adaptation of Alysia Abbott’s novel of the same name about bisexual writer and activist Steve Abbott and his daughter who try to fit in with a new environment which is surrounded by gay men in search of liberation.
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